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It’s the holiday season! Which might be all we can say because who knows how far reaching a DMCA could go. We are here not for song lyrics, but for the latest news surrounding the residential side of the AV industry. And with us to discuss it is Senior VP of Member Success and Sales (among another title we’ll get into) Giles Sutton and Josh.ai CEO Alex Capecelatro.
Back in October, Tabatha O’Connor stepped down as CEDIA’s president and CEO. In the search for the next leader, it was announced that Kory Dickerson and Giles Sutton were to be interim Co-CEOs while this journey was made. Big congratulations to both Kory and Giles, but this also means we get to pick his brain about what this means for CEDIA in the coming months. After all, this kind of decision will have an impact on the organization for years to come. We look at the state of CEDIA now and the potential directions it could be headed.
Epson is trying to protect the projection market from false advertising and misleading information, purusing lawsuits against Amazon projector sellers for these claims. Other than litigation like Epson, is there something that manufacturers and integrators can do against false claims? What is the balance for specifications and consumer experiences? This gets wrapped up in an article about quality content and what will make the good stuff stand out from the rest.
- AVNation – CEDIA brings Kory Dickerson and Giles Sutton as interim Co-CEOs
- Residential Systems – Epsons takes legal action against misleading projector sellers
- Residential Tech Today – How quality content is the fine wine of home theaters